The music of Justina Repečkaitė has many similarities to a diamond. With its hard unforgiving shape and geometric perfection, it creates a profound and striking beauty, which singles her out from many composers of her generation. The composer’s work is highly modernistic giving almost nothing away to the listener, but in its boldness drags the audience along with her. The fascination with the end of medieval world is one of the driving forces behind her and has led to the production of many works. Profound and elegant ideas have constantly been a key defining feature of the composer’s work. Be it the sonoristic and proportional qualities of Chartres or Pilastres (2013), or the pin point pierces of Acupunture or Acupressure (2014); her music is unforgiving in its statement and fearless in delivering its message. The strength of idea, originality of colour and concept, and sheer ruthlessness in delivery make Justina Repečkaitė a force to be recognised in Lithuania and further afield.